Tuesday, March 8, 2016

How to Survive Nibiru


I have covered very controversial subjects on this blog, but nothing is more controversial than “What is Reality?”  Why?  Because, the truth about this world and this life on Earth is beyond human comprehension.

Let me start off by not repeating what I have already blogged on 15 May 2012, entitled “What is Real?”  First read my post.

Last week I provided a blog post entitled “Introduction to How to Survive Nibiru.”  It alluded to the reason Nibiru is approaching Earth and just hinted to our ability to protect ourselves if we find that we are in harm’s way.

The first thing to know about the reality of this world is that the entire world is an allusion completely run by Hashem.  This doesn’t mean that we are robots and that everything is out of our control.  Actually, it is just the opposite.  Hashem set up a system in this world that allows us to control our lives and even our future.

Once again, I refer you to a blog post that I did on 24 Aug 2015, called “Prayer Works.”  It basically tells us that the words that we say cause energies to flow and things to happen.  Prayer does not work by us saying words that ascend to Hashem, and He decides what should happen to us.  Hashem never decides anything.  His infinite intelligence includes every thought, every word and every action that we and everyone who has ever lived on Earth has experienced, is experiencing and will experience.  All the history of this world is completely written; it is called the Torah.  It has everything in it.

The most important expression in the Torah is Ein Od Milvado, there is nothing else.  I have also talked about the idea that everything we see and experience is Hashem's imagination.  That does not mean that we do not have free will decision capability.  Hashem allows us to grow by us making decisions and even making mistakes.  If we make positive choices, we get positive results, negative choices results in ….. (fill in the blank).  Hashem works His will around our will, which means that in the end Hashem’s plan is fulfilled.  How easy it is on us is up to us.

When we pray and say the Shema declaring the Oneness of Hashem we are actually stating that everything is Hashem.  To me one of the greatest miracles of this world is that you and I can sit in a room together and we see each other as separate individuals.  We are in reality part of the Oneness of Hashem – we are not separate, we only have the allusion of individuality.

Since everything is One with Hashem, it means that nothing can harm us if we know with complete faith that all is one.  Can a rock fall out of the sky from Nibiru and hit us?  Only if you see that rock as something separate from you.  If you know, I didn’t say believe, I said know beyond a shadow of a doubt that no rock can hurt you, no person can hurt you, nothing in this world can harm you in any way, you are completely protected.

One of the most important concepts a Jew should comprehend is that Hashem is the ONE and ONLY force, the Source of all forces, in the entire creation (world, universe, metaverse, etc) and without Him everything would cease to exist. Hashem gives us the power to live, to breath, to speak.  He is supplying us with Holy energy every moment of our existence.  He gives us the power to cause energies to flow that fulfills our prayers and controls our lives.

Allusion or not, it is our reality – choose the blessing.
HaGaon Rav Chayim Volozhin (Nefesh HaChayim III:12-13) cites the Gemara in Chullin, Daf 7b, which teaches that if a person internalizes the verse: "You have been shown in order to know Hashem, He is G-d, there is none beside Him (Devarim 4:35)” he will be protected from harmful forces. When one accepts Hashem's absolute sovereignty he places himself fully under His protective wing. Although nature contains many destructive elements, the man of faith understands that they are but marionettes in the hands of the Creator.   

The Brisker Rav, Rav Yitzchak Zev Soloveitchik was a descendant of Rav Chayim of Volozhin -- the author of the Nefesh HaChayim.  He testified how the statement of faith recorded in the Nefesh HaChayim literally served as a guide through his life.  When he was a young man, "Reb Velvel" - as the Brisker Rav was fondly known, was commanded to appear before the Russian draft board to be inducted in the Czar's army.  This fate was tantamount to both a spiritual and physical death sentence.  As the date of his appearance neared, his father, Rav Chayim Brisker, instructed him to concentrate on the above passage from the Nefesh HaChayim.  To Reb Velvel's great relief, his meeting with the draft board came, and he was exempted from the draft.   

Later, when the Germans occupied Poland at the beginning of World War 2, Rev Velvel fled from Warsaw to Vilna.  The roads were filled with German troops, and Nazis were everywhere. The danger was awesome.  Yet, Reb Velvel traveled along undaunted, for he never stopped reviewing the pledge of the Nefesh HaChayim.  "If you always think of Hashem, He will always think of you and protect you from all harm."

Just once, Reb Velvel was distracted and his mind wondered onto another thought.  Immediately, as if from nowhere, an armed Nazi approached him threateningly.  In a flash, Reb Velvel collected his thoughts and focused on the Nefesh HaChayim and the Nazi moved on (Rabbotainu p 170)   

Rabbi Yosef Leib Bloch of Telshe (Shiurei Daat II:44) explains that natural forces which threaten mankind can be compared to a vicious dog with a long leash tied to its neck.  When the animal pounces, the only way an intended victim can save himself is by calling to the dog's master, to restraint the beast.  If the victim fails to recognize the presence of the master then he is truly in grave danger.  Similarly when man fails to perceive the "leash" upon the forces of nature, he indeed places himself at their mercy (Ingeret HaRamban, R' Feuer, Chaf Tet, Artscroll)  

Let me give you a more recent example:
There were Israeli soldiers in the field.  An enemy missile was fired and two soldiers were in harm’s way, the missile heading directly towards them.  One of the soldiers remembered his father’s instruction to say the verse mentioned above.  The missile changed direction and went above the heads of the two soldiers, completely missing them.  There were eight other soldiers nearby who witnessed this miracle to tell the story.

I am saying to you with complete certainty that you have the ability to cause any projectile such as a meteor coming from the tail of Nibiru to veer off and not harm you.  This also works for earthquakes, volcanic eruption, etc.  Hashem’s protection is guaranteed for those who have complete faith and trust in the system He gave us in this world. Totally acknowledging Hashem’s Oneness and that “there is nothing else but Hashem,” is the key to your complete protection.  Once again, you cannot say: “I will try that, but I don’t know if it will work for me.”  If you have that lack of faith, it absolutely will not work.  Knowing completely that we are one with Hashem is the only way to succeed.  I must not forget the other ingredients to solidify our faith in Hashem – Teshuvah, Tefillah, Tzedukah, Limud HaTorah, Ahavas Yisroel, Mitzvot, etc.  It is a package deal that absolutely works.  Nothing can hurt us – guaranteed in writing.

Don't just say this verse, internalize it and totally mean it:
Devarim 4:35
"You have been shown in order to know that Hashem, He is the G-d! There is none beside Him”

 אַתָּה הָרְאֵתָ לָדַעַת כִּי ה הוּא הָאֱלֹקים אֵין עוֹד מִלְּבַדּוֹ

Another Rav Glazerson Torah Codes video containing Nibiru:


  1. Very Nice and inspiring!

  2. Thank you Rav!

    I have memorised that, even though I be a Noahide.

    So this is the question, I believe completely only in Hashem,
    and as Noahide when i say this (intend to do it almost all the time), then i will also be protected?
    Just needing confirmation.. even if the answer would be "No", i am going to say it... b.n


    1. We are all equal in the eyes of Hashem. He loves you equally as He loves me, and protection goes to all who do His will.

    2. Thank you Rav,
      and so be it... beli neder.. i shall say it many many times everyday, and even at night..
      "Hashem, He is G-d, there is none beside Him."

      with much gratefulness to you, Rav..


    3. "Hashem, He is G-d, there is none beside Him."



      Note(song): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CufxCGCLe9M

      Luiz Felipe.

  3. Beautiful post!

    "Be strong and brave who hope in Elohim."

    "Trust HaShem with all my heart and lean not my own understanding."

    Readers, open your hearts to HaShem and ask Him to help you grow with mighty faith!

    Deaf Noahide

    1. And also, another verses:

      DO NOT RELAY on nobles, nor on a human being that he HOLDS NO SALVATION. (Tehillim 146:3). Elohim is the Salvation! Any President or Prime Minister in around the world CANNOT save Israel except Elohim. Go and beg Him to shield you.

      It is BETTER to take refuge in HaShem than to trust in man. (Tehillim 118:8)

      Deaf Noahide

  4. Hello!

    New video about Nibiru (Rav Glazerson):



    Luiz Felipe.

  5. Dear rav Menachem.
    What you describe in:
    " When we pray and say the Shema declaring the Oneness of Hashem we are actually stating that everything is Hashem. To me one of the greatest miracles of this world is that you and I can sit in a room together and we see each other as separate individuals. We are in reality part of the Oneness of Hashem – we are not separate, we only have the allusion of individuality."

    is the GAN EDEN "REALITY" and the reality after the sin.
    By eating from the fruit of good and evil, we separated us from the reality and oneness of Hashem.
    Just by blind trust, faith, EMUNA we acknowledge our oneness with the CREATOR.
    Our SH'MA, is the first step of it.

    As you know, years ago in my own galut reality, when the danger of a hateful group of Islam youth sorounded me, I closed my eyes and just kept repeating the SH'MA. After a while they resolved in nothing.
    There is nothing but HASHEM.

    Thank you for reminding!

    Orna Nitzevet